The Boston Tragedy

The Boston Tragedy!

I underline the word “Boston” because it seems like more and more it is becoming the “fill in the blank tragedy”.  Blood in the streets, children dying, innocent people . . .   What is happening to us?  What is wrong with us?  Is the enemy within or without?  We used to get a break between tragedies, but no more.  A big tragedy is big, well, till the next big one.  It is mental sickness.  It is gun control.  It is terrorism.  It is politics.  It is a broken family.  And this is all domestic.  We are not even talking about our foreign enemies.  Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is becoming the common cold.  What do we do?  How do we respond?

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What Does Jesus Want You To Do This Easter?

It is amazing the difference between Christmas and Easter. Some start getting ready for Christmas as soon as we pass Halloween, and all of us are pretty much in the Christmas spirit by the time we finish our pumpkin pie on Thanksgiving Day. In our home the Christmas traditions begin the evening of Thanksgiving. We watch our first Christmas movie, “A Christmas Carol”. Of course the decorations go up and many families have different traditions that take place throughout the month of December. Then there are the traditions of Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. This is all very involved, calendared, and thought-out. And then there is Easter.

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About Randy

Randy HahnRandy Hahn has been the Senior Pastor at Colonial Heights Baptist Church since November of 2002. He married his High School sweetheart, Karen, in 1987. He and Karen both grew up in Texas, though he was born in Phoenix and she in Miami. They graduated from Texas A&M, and sensing God’s call into the ministry immediately moved to Dallas where Randy attended Dallas Theological Seminary. After finishing his Th.M there in 1991, they moved to Spartanburg, SC, where Randy served as an associate pastor for over 11 years at First Baptist North Spartanburg.

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The Boston Tragedy...

The Boston Tragedy! I underline the word “Boston” because it seems like more and more it is becoming the “fill in the blank tragedy”.  Blood in the streets, children dying, innocent ...

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